Nobody likes to miss a short putt -- especially the pros.
"Short putt" standards for the pros are a little longer than the rest of us.
Take Patrick Reed in his match against Danny Willett in the second round of the WGC-Cadillac Match Play Championship on Thursday for instance.
Faced with a 6-7-foot putt for par to halve the hole, Reed missed to go 2-down in the match.
Instead of picking the ball up and moving ahead to the 11th tee, a frustrated Reed scooped the ball up with the back of his putter, flipped it in the air and hit it like a Major League Baseball slugger.
We can't tell by this Vine, but assuming there were indeed fans in the area, this probably wasn't very safe:
Reed wound up losing the match, 2&1.
I much prefer this Match-Play version of Reed: